School Safety

School Crisis Team Development: Search & Seizure: Issues in a School Environment - A Practical Framework

December 2, 2021 | 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

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This webinar is free of charge for all Massachusetts educators.

Speaker: David Solet, Esq., Chief, Cold Case Homicide Unit, Middlesex District Attorney's Office

Webinar Description
This webinar will address how the United States Constitution’s protection against unreasonable searches and seizures plays out in the context of a fast-moving modern school environment, where teachers and school administrators must respect the Constitution's requirements, staff and students' health and safety, and maintain the good order and discipline required to make a classroom a safe place to learn. Topics covered will include searches for weapons and dangerous drugs; social media and digital evidence; and the evolving relationship between school officials and law enforcement authorities.

About the Speaker
Dave Solet, Esq. has returned  to the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office to oversee the Cold Case Unit. Solet, who graduated summa cum laude from Princeton University and cum laude from Harvard Law School, previously served in the Office, prosecuting homicide cases, as well as cases involving child exploitation, narcotics trafficking, public corruption and organized crime. Solet has also trained police and prosecutors in a wide variety of topics including search warrants, digital evidence, and the law of weapons. Solet recently  served as Chief Legal Counsel at the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS) where he oversaw the secretariat’s legal and legislative affairs. Solet is a member and former co-chair of the Boston Bar Association’s Criminal Law Steering Committee, and serves as a First Lieutenant in the Judge Advocate General Corps, United States Army Reserve.

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While this series is open to all Massachusetts educators, only attendees from districts who belong to MPY may apply for PDPs and/or CEUs.

Membership Information
Most MPY webinars are available to ONLY current staff from member districts and organizations. Public school memberships include police and fire personnel. Former and retired employees and members of committees, including but not limited to, PTO/PTA, PAC, School Improvement Councils, Health Councils, Drug/Alcohol Councils, and school volunteers, are not considered MPY members.

PDPs and CEUs
MPY is an approved Professional Development Provider through the Massachusetts Department of Elementary & Secondary Education (F20180079 provider number). Professional Development Points (PDPs) are offered for all MPY professional development webinars. PDPs are issued for a minimum of 10 hours of training.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are available for clinical staff from the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and the Massachusetts Mental Health Counselors Association, Inc. (MaMHCA). The NASW and the MaMHCA approves each event. Event participants may request CEUs by filling out the request form above. 

Requests for PDPs and CEUs must be submitted within 8 days of the webinar. PDPs and CEUs will only be issued to participants who have attended the webinar(s) and submitted the appropriate paperwork within 8 days of the webinar, with accurate accountability codes. 

PDP and CEU certificates will be emailed to attendees at the end of the school year.

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David Solet, Esq.

David Solet, Esq.

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